Bait Rigging Videos
Ballyhoo is the go to bait for offshore fishing. Sure, there are others baits for specific fish, but the ballyhoo is the standard for sailfish, marlin, swordfish, dolphin, wahoo and dredge baits. You can fish them naked, skirted and rigged multiple ways. We have ballyhoo rigging videos that will show 8 or more ways to rig them. For this bait rigging video, Australian fisherman and mate Chris Rushford is going to take you step-by-step through rigging ballyhoo for sailfish. This is a quick and simple rig, that with practice should take you no more the a couple minutes. Chris will share the wax thread, hooks, the crimps and pliers, compacts skirts and rigging needle he uses. He will also show you how he makes his snub leader that attaches to his main leader. See the stitches he makes in the ballyhoo to create a harness and solid connection point for the hook. You get to see it all step-by-step. Chris is very meticulous in his rigging and in his explanations of what he is doing. Once he has the the bait sewn up, see how the skirt goes on and the knot used to snugged the hook up to the ballyhoo. This ballyhoo rigging video is concise in presentation. Take your time and learn the technique. If you spend anytime offshore fishing, you should try to master at least one good rigging method for ballyhoo. Always be prepared. Go with knowledge and get the upper hand on your fishing.
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Strip baits are lethal simplicity in the water. There may be no other saltwater fishing bait that is more versatile. You can make them from dolphin, mackerel, skipjack, tuna or bonito. Bonito seem to be the best. This may be because you can catch bonito easily. Just head out to where bonito are commonly caught and drop a jig over to the bottom. Start cranking fast and bam you have one on. Now it is time to start cutting. This In The Spread fishing video will take you step by step through every detail of how to cut strip baits. Learn about the tools and other ingredients you need. We will show you which part of the bonito makes the best strips. See how to shave the meat down for ideal thickness and then shape your strips for optimal performance. Learn about the grain of the meat and how this has to be taken into consideration when shaping your strips. With this fishing video, you will be well on your way to cutting strip baits by yourself. There will be no need to buy anymore strips. Get the satisfaction of catching fish on baits you cut yourself. These baits offer so many options. You can troll them, skip them on the surface, drop them down in the water column with a planer or a down rigger. They are deadly for dolphin, mackerel, tuna, wahoo and billfish. Learn how to cut strip baits now.
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Strip baits may be the most useful saltwater fishing bait in the world. They are not fancy. They are simple to make, not requiring anything close to advanced bait rigging skills. They have natural scent and texture. You can use bonito, skipjack, dolphin, mackerel, squid and even mullet to cut strips. Strips work for dolphin, wahoo, mackerel, billfish, tuna and more. Even artificial strips work, if rigged and presented properly. Learn how to rig strip baits with this In The Spread fishing video. Master baiter RJ Boyle will explain just about everything you need to know about rigging strips. He will show you the rigging tools and tackle you need. Learn how to rig strips with single hooks and double hooks using wire, mono and an assortment of skirts. You will see how a variety of different strips can be used with just a simple hook rig, with skirts and with lures. This bait rigging video will give you the knowledge and the skills required to load your bait box with strips. Take your bait rigging to the next level by learning from a top pro. Go with knowledge and catch more fish. Fish smarter today!
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Rigged ballyhoo may be the most widely used bait for offshore fishing. You can troll them, pitch them, add them to dredges, run them naked, skirt them and hook them a variety of ways. The key to a good rigged ballyhoo is how you prepare them and your rigging technique. Learn about the tools, how to select the best baits, the rigging processes for multiple applications. In The Spread will give you all the information you need to rig ballyhoo like a pro. Whether you are fishing for dolphin, kingfish, sailfish, marlin, tuna, grouper, wahoo or almost any other species, ballyhoo produce. These baits can be found in the bait boxes of the best offshore fishing teams around the world. There is a reason why. Don't run the risk of fishing junk baits. Rig the right way. This In The Spread fishing video will show you how to rig the following ballyhoo baits: The Swivel Rig, The O-Ring ballyhoo rig, The Floss Rig, Circle Hook ballyhoo with Mylar Rig, Hooker Style Rig, Split Bill Ballyhoo, Wire Rig Ballyhoo and the Double Hook Ballyhoo Pin Rig. Watch now and go with the knowledge that will make you an even better fisherman. Fish smarter and catch more now.
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